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President Discusses Strong Relationship with Canada
President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Paul Martin wave after their remarks at Pier 21, Canada's historic point of immigration in Halifax, Canada, Dec. 1, 2004. During his remarks, President Bush thanked Canada for the hospitality to more than 33,000 passengers whose airplanes were diverted because of the 911 attacks. "You opened your homes and your churches to strangers. You brought food, you set up clinics, you arranged for calls to their loved ones, and you asked for nothing in return," said the President.White House photo by Paul Morse

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